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German Bundesliga

Post by DBN » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 11:34 am

Hi, I am German and just got relocated to Singapore. I wonder whether there is any German Soccer (Bundesliga) shown on TV / cable TV here. I know that in China they have the CCTV 5, where they show live the top games every weekend. Here I could not find it, Starhub seems to have all kind of CCTV channels, but not CCTV 5. Can anybody advise please? Thanks!

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Post by dot dot dot » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 12:10 pm

The Starhub sports channels 22,23,24 do broadcast a LOT of football during season, but alas mostly the EPL. But I remember seeing some games live of the Bundesliga last year. Just check the Starhub site for the programming, should be mentioned. Otherwise give them a call, their customer service is quite helpful and knows for sure?

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Post by Guest » Sun, 31 Jul 2005 4:13 pm

They don't show any bundesliga games in Singapore because the only thing these plastic fans know are david beckham and manchester united.

If you want to catch bundesliga games, try coolstreaming. They broadcast cctv 5 via the internet.

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Post by briceloh » Sun, 31 Jul 2005 4:24 pm

Anonymous wrote:They don't show any bundesliga games in Singapore because the only thing these plastic fans know are david beckham and manchester united.

If you want to catch bundesliga games, try coolstreaming. They broadcast cctv 5 via the internet.
lol, okok, tat's what happens to u after 150years of colonisation. give us time, we're trying to change. :wink:

sorrie abt not showing GBL games in singapore thou. starhub did tried to show SPL and ISA too. but their receptivity isn't good at all,except for EPL. these ppl only wants to make $$, so can't blame them for it. unless we have a bigger market for it. :(

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